Pimlico Elementary / Middle School is a neighborhood charter school operated by the Baltimore Curriculum Project. Like all charter schools in Maryland, our school is tuition-free and non-sectarian. As a neighborhood conversion charter, our priority is to first serve students living in our neighborhood enrollment zone. If seats are still available, we will go to a lottery for those living outside the school zone.

Who Can Enroll?

Elementary and middle school students from the surrounding neighborhoods. Any kindergarten through 8th grade child living or moving into the neighborhood may enroll at any time, without participating in a lottery. 

A few neighborhood elementary schools are “feeder” schools for nearby schools with middle grades. This means that 5th-grade students at the neighborhood elementary school are automatically enrolled in a nearby school for 6th grade. Students zoned for Arlington Elementary, or Park Heights Academy are zoned for Pimlico Middle school. 

If you live in this zone, call or email the school to enroll. 

We also serve non-zoned elementary and middle school students throughout Baltimore City.

If there are no vacancies at the time, students can be added to a waitlist or upcoming lottery. For more information on the lottery process, please refer to Baltimore City Public Schools guidelines.

Not sure of your enrollment zone?

Find Zone

Schedule an information session and school tour:

Contact: Theresa Braxton, Community School Coordinator tbraxton@phrmd.org
(410) 396-0876


Your child must be 4 years old prior to September 1. Pre-K priority is given to students who meet the age requirement and are considered low-income, homeless, or receive special education services. Learn more.

Kindergarten – 5th Grade

Baltimore City Public Schools require all children aged 5 by September 1 to be enrolled in Kindergarten. Priority thresholds does not apply to K-5 applicants.

Middle School

Non-zoned middle school students go through the Middle School Choice process during their fifth-grade year. The middle school choice application is available beginning in December and is due mid-January. 

How to Enroll

Complete the Baltimore Curriculum Project enrollment form.

Enrollment Form

Baltimore Curriculum Project, along with Baltimore City Public Schools, fosters a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment of learning for all students, families, and employees.

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